This comes after the group declared a dividend of 203 pence a share in the year to end December 2018.
The group said the dividend is payable in four equal quarterly installments of 50.75p an ordinary share. The dividend of 50.75p a quarter will be payable in May, August, November and February 2020.
However, the group said it reports in sterling, therefore dividends are declared and payable in sterling except for shareholders on the branch register in South Africa whose dividends are payable in rand.
“A rate of exchange of £1 equals to R18.42 as at September 19, the closing rate on that date as quoted by Bloomberg, results in an equivalent November 2019 dividend of 934.59 SA cents an ordinary share,” the group said.
After accounting for a South Africa Dividends Tax at a rate of 20 percent, equivalent to 186.92 SA cents an ordinary share, the net dividend for South African shareholders will amount to 747.67 SA cents an ordinary share.